Design of the day: KEF MUO wireless speakers

New from KEF are these colourful wireless Bluetooth speakers. Called MUO, they combine a nice industrial design with, the manufacturer claims, precision engineering and class-leading sound performance. The MUO, which cost £299, have been created by KEF in collaboration with award-winning designer Ross Lovegrove, who previously designed the Muon loudspeakers – a high-end luxury product costing £140,000…

Review: ThumpsUp Splash Speaker

Going on holiday and want to sit by the pool listening to some tunes? Or perhaps you just want to sing in the shower. Either way, there's a problem: How can you listen to music without ruining your phone? This…

REVIEW: Cambridge Audio Minx Air 100 Airplay speaker

Packing in Bluetooth and Airplay connectivity alongside a clever internet radio system, the Cambridge Audio Minx Air 100 is looking a well-rounded mini speaker system. But is it worthy of its high price tag? Read our full review to find out!

Bang & Olufsen launch sci-fi BeoLab 14 5.1 surround sound system

High-end audio manufacturers Bang & Olufsen have launched their first dedicated 5.1 surround sound system, the BeoLab 14. Consisting of a subwoofer and five satellites, they're primarily made from aluminium, giving the round speakers (sitting on the end of aluminium…

Loewe Speaker 2go offers NFC wireless tune streaming on the go

High-end German audio specialists Loewe have today revealed a new portable speaker, the Loewe Speaker 2go. Packing in Bluetooth and NFC connectivity, it's designed as a travel companion for those looking to wirelessly stream tunes on the go. Compact at…

REVIEW: Orbitsound M9 wireless Bluetooth soundbar

Orbitsound pop wireless Bluetooth streaming into the new M9 soundbar, just one of many new improvements made to the company's already-excellent soundbar range. But can the tweaks and new features of the M9 justify a price tag 50% more expensive than its predecessor? Read on to find out!

Hands-on review: Beats Pill portable speaker

Beats, quickly becoming the most-recognisable (and most visible) headphones brand on the market, have been branching out of the headwear game since breaking from their partners at Monster. The latest fruits to come forth from the Dr Dre-endorsed brand is…